[Getdp] Convergence problem with inhomogeneous Helmholtz equation
David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Fri Jan 4 20:34:08 CET 2008
I have not run your file with getdp, but you should put back the Krilov_Size to 80 or 100 and
increase the Nb_Fill parameter to 40 , 60 , 80 , ... untill you converge to a solution in a
reasonable (between 30 and 100) number of iterations.
> Here you go. Thanks for the help.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Colignon David [mailto:David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be]
> Sent: Fri 1/4/2008 12:07 PM
> To: Lars Rindorf
> Cc: getdp at geuz.org
> Subject: Re: [Getdp] Convergence problem with inhomogeneous Helmholtz equation
> can you also send us the solver.par file you use ?
>> Dear all
>> I am having some problems with the convergence of the solution of an inhomogeneous Helmholtz
>> equation. The problems occurs for frequencies of the driving term which are about more than five
>> times the fundamental eigenfrequency of the system. For the solver parameters I use the default
>> with the maximum number of iterations increased to 3000. I have tried to change the solver and
>> the dimension of the Krylov space. Changing the dimension of the Krylov seems to do something,
>> although it does not solve the problem. The driving term of the inhomogeneous equations is
>> in a point. I tried a line, and a subdomain and for those the problem was the same.
>> I've made the model in Comsol, and here there was no problem. I also tried to change my nodal
>> field to a 1P form, but this made no difference.
>> Can anyone help?
>> I have attached the files. The model offers two resolutions: 'static' and 'eig'. Choose
>> Also choose 'static' for the postoperation.
>> Kind regards
>> Lars Rindorf
>> The Danish Institute of Technology
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